Native SDK provides a great way to make cross-platform applications by using the excellent native libraries.
BlackBerry 10 Native SDK Target
BlackBerry 10 Native SDK Target Requirements
Mac OS X 10.6 or later
XCode 4.0 or later
Java 6 or later
Windows 7 or later
*RedHat Linux 6.x or later
Fedora 11 or later
Debian 5.0 or later
Ubuntu 12.04 or later
Android 2.3.3 or later
iOS 3.2.3 or later

JavaScript must be enabled in order for you to use Knowledgebase Manager Pro. However, it seems JavaScript is either disabled or not supported by your browser. To get the full Knowledgebase Manager Pro experience,
enable JavaScript by changing your browser options, then reload the page.
Learn more.

An email address is required for this offer

Subscribe to Technical Support & Updates

Subscribe to Technical Support & Updates

Email Address *

You may also want to

Log in


Sign up for a free account and get full access to all of our features including the ability to submit your own./**
* Licensed to jclouds, Inc. (jclouds) under one or more
* contributor license agreements. See the NOTICE file
* distributed with this work for additional information
* regarding copyright ownership. jclouds licenses this file
* to you under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the
* “License”); you may not use this file except in compliance
* with the License. You may obtain a copy of the License at
* Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing,
* software distributed under the License is distributed on an
* KIND, either express or implied. See the License for the
* specific language governing permissions and limitations
* under the License.
package org.jclouds.rackspace.cloudloadbalancers.v1;

import org.jclouds.rackspace.cloudloadbalancers.v1.internal.BaseCloudLoadBalancerApiMetadata;


/** eea19f52d2

XMD5 is a.Net component that provides the MD5 checksum algorithm as part of the.Net Framework.
Source Code:
Visit the Source Code PageEvolving aeolian lophophores: two new species of Milacidae (Pisces: Teleostei) from Madagascar, with comments on phylogenetic relationships.
The evolution of complex lophophore (lips, tongue and palate) systems in fish is a matter of debate and has not been well studied. Two new species of Milacidae are described here. One has lophophores that represent an early stage in the evolution of the modern lobed condition, and the other an intermediate state between the original and modern conditions. An analysis of 18S and 28S rDNA sequences suggests that Milacidae is not monophyletic and therefore not a natural group. These findings are discussed in relation to the taxonomy and systematics of the family Milacidae.Sprott, Walton and Payne

William Sprott, Oliver Walton and Frederick Payne, also known as the Sprott-Walton-Payne Syndicate, were a group of British merchants who are credited with the discovery and initial development of gold in Australia. In 1853, they began mining for gold on the Blackall Range, near Kalgoorlie, Western Australia. They then formed the Western Australian Gold Mining Company, and shipped the gold to London in 1854.

The group is best known for the discovery of gold at Kalgoorlie, the site for which they received recognition from Queen Victoria, and a statue was erected in the city, dubbed the Queen Victoria Statue. Another monument was built at Blackall Range. The statue and monument has been criticised for its dubious artistic merits and inscription, for its outdated use of terminology, and for the fact that the three discoverers did not work together in the field.


Category:History of Western Australia
Category:History of mining
Category:Gold prospectors
Category:Gold mining in Australia
Category:History of Kalgoorlie
Category:Mining in Western Australia
Category:History of mining in AustraliaSuppose that you want to know the average temperature of the air in your home. When you walk into a room in your house, you notice that the air feels warmer than when you left home. You are able to measure the temperature of the air using a thermometer. You also notice that the temperature of the air

0 replies

Leave a Reply

Want to join the discussion?
Feel free to contribute!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *